Motivation to Learn

raising and educating children - a common sense approach

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What were the factors that influenced a child's willingness to learn? This point had to be explored at great length and most of the book is devoted to it, beginning with an analysis of why the point is poorly handled in our current education system and why a teacher's job is harder now than ever before. Most of the following sections derive from what we might call Mr. Hubbard's philosophy of child-raising and education. His technology of study is introduced in the last chapter.


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As a final note, I should add that the appearance of the book is deceptively simple. One may even think it was written for children at first glance. (They do find it fascinating.) But in fact it is likely to require some careful reading and re-evaluation of how one has viewed children, the educational process and the education system in use around the world today.

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  Copyright (c) 2011 Motivation to Learn Consulting. All rights reserved. Grateful acknowledgement is given to L. Ron Hubbard Library for permission to reproduce selections from All About Motivation to Learn, by Graeme Keon, based on the works of L. Ron Hubbard.